30 August 2018 No Comments

The Maltese waters are a key area for a number of marine species including a variety of dolphins and turtles. Conservation around the coastline is high on the agenda for Malta and it’s proud of its local and international

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28 July 2018 No Comments

Throughout the Summer feasts are held all across Malta celebrating various patron saints. Towns and villages turn into vibrant carnival like atmosphere’s.

Main streets are decorated with a variety of colourful banners, flags and

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06 June 2018 1 Comment

Keeping the kids happy on holiday is an important aspect of any family trip and in Malta there is no shortage of activities, events and family friendly hotels. Sightseeing and exploration is available in abundance across Malta making it

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27 March 2018 2 Comments

Britain has had a long connection with the Maltese Islands mainly dating back to the early 1800’s after assisting the Maltese to expel the French. Two of the most well-known and more recent events connecting the Islands are the

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14 March 2018 No Comments

A small island located in the centre of the Mediterranean, Malta has a great reputation for providing some incredible seafood with it’s waters teeming with fish. This means that Malta is also a fantastic place for fishing fans!

The

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12 February 2018 1 Comment

LGBT in Malta. From the outside Malta may not be known for its LGBT community but you may be surprised to learn that it is arguably the number 1 destination.

Malta is a highly

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12 December 2017 No Comments

Marsascala was once a sleepy fishing hamlet – practically a remote outpost of the town of Zabbar a couple of miles up the road. Its idyllic location – nestled at the end of a valley and opening on to

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20 November 2017 No Comments

The small seaside village of Kalkara and is all too often overlooked by people who visit the nearby three walled cities of the Cottonera. Lying just outside and on the furthest

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20 August 2017 No Comments

It is probably one of the tiniest walled cities in the world but that doesn’t mean Birgu doesn’t make merry in a very big way. Despite its minuscule size Birgu celebrates

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26 July 2017 No Comments

The village of Lija lies more or less in the centre of the island of Malta and has always been closely associated with the two neighbouring villages of Attard and Balzan – collectively

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